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MJOLNIRSDOTTIR, lute of the brazen bull

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Translated fragment: 'It was none other than Thor himself, on that Tempest-wracked eve, who sang a paen of rage and love while his Fingers and Hands, scarred and sore with the travails of many Trials coaxed from MJOLNIRSDOTTIR a howling like the Banshees chained to the mighty doors of Hall Heorot, and thus lighting a fire in the hearts of the gathered Thanes.'

Passed down through countless generations since the dawn of the epics themselves, this husk of a formerly hamstrung piffle of a toy guitar of uncertain manufacture has been graced with clock control (pitch) and an active bandpass filter (achieved via a vintage american-sourced opamp coupled to a custom output stage), both of which are controllable via vintage carefully hand-selected photoresistors, called by less scrupulous others at times THEREMIN, but not here; although both pitch and bandpass are controllable by hand shadows over the photoresistors, so perhaps in the future OPTICAL THEREMIN is not a too gratuitous stretching of the truth, as it were. Graciously added for your consideration is an output jack, so MJOLNIRSDOTTIR can be coupled to the thunder of 800 stacked tube amplifiers if so desired.

Stunningly appointed in carefully hand-selected black and white, with a nice aqua LED.

NO-FI NO-TALENT video demonstration here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uUL-WR5ASQ4

MJOLNIRSDOTTIR, lute of the brazen bull

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: silicon, copper, tin, spraypaint, space age material, epoxy
  • Only ships to United States from Washington, United States.
  • Favorited by: 29 people